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Trip Report Bergama Aesklepion

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Aesklepion was the Greek medical center near Bergama and is really worth a visit. However there is a company there called Toursab and recently they have become extremely unprofessional and rude. My friend went there with guests and was there at 4:30 in the afternoon. The facilty closes at 5 according to the notices. They would not let her and her guests in. This is really unprofessional and needs to change. The attendants actually started yelling and pushing their name tags in my friends face. You have to wonder what sort of training these attendants went through. and how little regard for toutists they have. Spread the word. the company is called Toursab.


It wasn't always like that. Before these jobs were outsourced there were attendants who cared a lot and used to be fountains of knowledge and hospitality. One even made me and my friends tea and told us about the future plans for the site. My advice to the government is that this company is ruining the experience for tourists. Get rid of them.

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